Different Perspectives

Sharing my point of view.

We perceive reality in part. A scientist’s view of the world is different than that of a shepherd. Things that interest me often lead me to the pros to gain some understanding.   Covid-19 interested me enough to do some searching. Politics, economics and the creation of faux truth until Truth could no longer be contained held my attention. Millions of humans being held in containment. Prisoners in their own homes, sacrificed to keep this virus from spreading.

City streets near empty in the middle of the day. Once there were thousands, now few in number are seen in public, and all wearing face masks. I hate face masks! I can hardly breath when wearing one. The subject of face masks was not on my mind until reading another article about this disease.

“For instance, although many face masks are too porous to keep viral particles out (or in), their message of possible contagion here! “keeps people away from you” and reduces disease spread, Del Valle said. “I’m a fan of face masks.” Sara Del Valle, an applied mathematician and disease modeler at Los Alamos National Laboratory. (article appearing in HEALTH by Sharon Begley @sxbegle February 14, 2020)


So, MANY CHEEP FACE MASKS ONLY SCARE PEOPLE! They cannot protect you from viral particles.

Yes, we perceive reality in part. Listen to what others have to say about Covid-19 if that holds your interest, but if it is distressing remember that it is just another one of those things that cannot separate us from the love of Christ.

“Who will separate us from the love of Christ? Will tribulation, or distress, or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or peril, or sword? But in all these things we overwhelmingly conquer through Him who loved us.” (Romans 8:35,37 NASB)